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know which? the leader of the hamas organization in gaza to say i condemn the u.s. but on the other end by sending the troops to keogh osama bin laden they've pressure israel to sit down and negotiate. but with whom? the same people who incite against the jews everyday? that is why if we have to get to a point* we cannot allow the palestinian state but to get from my hotel to hear cost israel from east to west it is not something we can allow. with the border with canada, mexico with the enemy state or entity the prime minister assure around decided to pullout from gaza. i was against it. and was very close to the prime minister. he was the godfather of my first son. i said you know, how much i love you and how much supported due to become prime minister but when you decide to pull out to take the jews out of the communities i cannot work with you anymore politically. he took the decision. if you take them out from gaza i hear a lot about the settlement. we have evacuated all of the settlements we took the people who were buried in the cemetery and removed all of them out of gaza. what
in from iran, from lebanon, the hezbollah will join the party, the hamas organization in gads saw will -- gaza will send hundreds of missiles. but if we have to choose today between the option of allowing iran to become nuclear to the option of fighting ourselves, i think it is a clear message what we will do. and the question e is if we will do it with the u.s. or without the u.s. it's what we are asking today. one of the main points of my book and i know many people are involved in a two-state solution. for the last 20 years we hear about two-state solution. you must finish the conflict. top the palestinian -- to be the palestinian state and go back to the 1967 lines. and in my book, i prevent a new paradigm. enough of the two-state solution. it doesn't work. we have tried it for the last 20 years. we haven't received any peace. we tried it with engagement from gaza, it didn't help us as well. and i think that in the long run there should be a three-state solution, not two-state solution. and when i speak about three-state solution, i speak about jordan, egypt and israel. i do n
group hamas. the move could signal a shift in egypt's pro-israel policies. egyptian prime minister met this week with hamas' prime minister in cairo. >> translator: specific discussions between experts from both sides will determine how the free trade scheme should be implemented. >> the spokesperson says free trade would help improve living standards among palestinians in gaza. the administration of former egyptian president hosni mubarak strictly controlled the movement of people and goods across the border with the gaza strip. that policy was seen as a gesture of support for israel. many expect israel and its ally the united states would resist a trade agreement between egypt and hamas. egyptian government officials have not made any public mention of the talks. president morsi is scheduled to visit the u.s. next week. >>> french leaders are tightening security at their embassies and other facilities overseas, bracing for the possibility of more violence after a french magazine published satirical cartoons the of the prophet muhammad. the cartoons hit the shelves on wednesday. one p
and its quartet partners major powers should continue to isolate hamas until it renounces terrorism, recognizes israel's right to exist and abides by past agreements. the other provision that was taken out but not put back in is the creation of at palestinian state together with an international compensation mechanism should resolve the issue of palestinian refugees by allowing them to settle there rather than in israel. the right of return is the key demand of the palestinians that the israelis don't want. they don't want a million flooding in. >> bill: i don't know why they wouldn't put the hamas thing back. >> definition of hamas. well, because, hillary just wrote a billion-dollar check to hamas. in foreign aid. and. >> bill: to try to buy them to back off. you know how the game is played. trying to buy the egyptians now. >> so they claim. i know the billion in forgiveness to egypt. the point is, it is to me very significant that the president went so far as to say i want jerusalem back in but not i want hamas back in. >> bill: does he not need the jewish vote in florida? isn't t
, the uprising seemed to gained momentum. >> narrator: at first, in rural towns like homs, latakia and hama, workers and farmers were timid in their demands. (men chanting) >> people were asking for dignity. they were asking for housing, subsidized heating fuel. "we want jobs. we want cheap bread." (chanting) >> the government was taken by surprise. just weeks before, president bashar al-assad had predicted that syria was somehow immune to what's been called the arab spring, but obviously, that was not the case. and when the uprising did erupt, there was a wave of repression, a wave of crackdowns. (shouting, screaming, gunfire) >> it is only when the authorities turned brutal on them, deadly, that they began to chant that they want a change of regime. >> narrator: outside damascus the calls for president assad's resignation spread. >> people in dara'a started calling out for homs, homs started calling out for idlib. and so the more they were killings, the more solidarity was created among the syrians. the regime was trying to... to crush the protest movement, but in fact what they were doin
not think that will happen. nor would it be right for us to hamas think that is a worthy goal. we should see if we can do what we can to help the efforts to internationalize pakistan. pakistan has an attraction for this bilateral narrative and focus. sadly, when you talk to pakistanis and they talk about seeing the tail lights of south korea, turkey, and bangladesh, he'd have seeing them ahead of them. koreans sent teams to pakistan what in the 1960's find out what pakistan had done right. chinese introduced them to one john le of these professors, actually a businessman, who had come in 1979 or something. he said, i came here in the pakistan. that relative deterioration of the system, i would argue it has led to inner lookingness. help pakistan reach out to get neighbors. it is crucial to see whether the united states and china. and there may be in pakistan. the chinese ambassador, when he hmm would talk to me about their close to ours. that islamic fundamentalism. that sounds like a set of goals. can we work with other people. what americans will do. it is a question of if pakistan out. on
of conspiracy, breaking into the homes of rivals and force of the cutting of their hair and beards. hamas people consider that insulting in degrading. it is considered a religious hate crime. he faces prison terms of 10 years or more. >>pam: the blue angels live is sponsored, we will bring it all the sights and sounds like hosted by our mark danon into george rask. the blue angels live, saturday october 6th at 3:00 p.m.. we will be a factor. cuff growing out your hair can mean split ends, which i don't like. so pantene dared me. skip a trim. pantene beautiful lengths. the pro-v keratin protection system, helps prevent breakage and repairs split ends and the program donates $1,000,000 to help woman fighting cancer. so getting longer stronger hair also means i care, that i like! beautiful lengths from pantene. hair so healthy it shines. >>grant: the lines for the iphone five are getting bigger and bigger. many people are responding to these pictures. sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get
, they produced more prosperity. when they took action against gaza and hamas, the west bank was calm all because things were happening, and there was an understanding, a level of trust. so i think kicking the can down the road is an error. i also think that with all foreign policy conflicts, i like to say there's -- you've got to decide whether a foreign policy problem is a scab on your knee after you fall down or an abscessed tooth. with the scab you want to let it alone. it will cure itself if you'll just let i alone. time passing is good. with an abscessed tooth, all you're going to do is become sick and more infected if you don't deal with it. so i have always believed that because of the demographic change changes in the middle east, jen lal among the palestinians and in israel, you have israelis coming from other countries who are more disconnected to the history of the idea of a shared future that sooner is almost always better than later, and i still think that. and i believe that there'll be a new opportunity next year to reach an accommodation. i don't know when we're ever going to hav
hamas. don't think for one second that the enemies of the united states and israel weren't paying close attention to that. i'm not saying that we saw that this week, but there is certainly a story to tell that has as parted. broader part of the narrative. >> we know the president has time a radio talk show host. again. the u.s. relations and israeli-iranian or whatever happens with them are probably more important than what we talked about the first half-hour of this show. there may be a war in a week or month. >> jon: next, how will this week's events affect the presidential polls? will the media react? >> the polls have them up. the polls have them down. which polls do the media believe? which do they reported and why? details next on news watch. es. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8... your doctor will say get smart about your weight. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [
from houston to pass so and then to california. >>> folsom prison and locked up after a hamas and the hudson up to an incident in made to the hospital. russian officers fired six shots and had an office in the fight. in the country the is this will not file charges against officers involved in the uc davis at worst incident last year. dealers report includes low is insufficient evidence to establish beyond a reasonable doubt that the use of force was unlawful or criminal. >>> also going to have some clouds out but some parts of the bit in the eastern pilots will be able to see it. and make its way towards the west coast. if we get lucky to moment we might get a glimpse of the shuttle as it passes through the bay area. the big concern is the low clouds and fog. it's only patchy this morning somewhat broken. we have some cool to images that it's running into the 40's in the north bit. 44 now the 45 in santa rosa. as we head toward afternoon is going to be a nice day. the team degrees dole in seven rows of privilege >>> run to take you outside decide a look at what one in santa c
hezbollah, islamic jihad, hamas and other terrorist organizations. >> despite its deep connections with terrorism, syria was elevated to the presidency of the security council. >> so we could improve the force. >> maybe the problem is more fundamental than i thought. >> how does the u.n. define terrorism? >> technically, the united nations so far has not been able to define terrorism. >> the u.n. member states have not been able to agree on a definition of terrorism. >> definition of terrorism is a very difficult thing. >> it is one of the petty matters of the united nations. >> my own view, quite frankly, is that terrorism is rather like pornography, you might not be able to define it but you know it when you see it. host: why were they having trouble defining terrorism. guest: because they don't want to define it. these aren't stupid men, these are men that obviously understand what terrorism is but they have no intention of defining it and the reason why they don't want to is very simple, because otherwise, they're going to be calling a good third of their membership terrorist n
hamas and that's one of the biggest problems we have, not having peace. bill clinton couldn't do it, george bush couldn't do it, barack obama couldn't do it. >> he says i look at the pastinians not wanting to see peace for political purposes, committed to the instruction of israel. >> he says the palestinians not wanting peace. that could easily be a reference to hamas. i don't think you can overread what he said there but he's making a very realistic point about stability in the middle east, not allow another iran proxy state, not allow another state that would put more terrorism into the middle east. i think when he said we will never give up hope, he's expressing what the desire is for a two-state solution but frankly, anderson, i don't know anybody who thinks a two-state solution is something that's practical until you get new palestinian leadership that is more dedicated to peace. >> but ari, in this speech, he says a former secretary of state called him up and told him he felt there was a possibility of negotiation and he basically ignores it. >> no, he said and i don't give u
question is during the bush administration, we allowed hezbollah and hamas to become recognized as legitimate political parties and when we took out a government in iraq that was an alien enemy of iran and put in the wrong element in the middle east -- and you decry what the bush administration does? there was more empowerment of hezbollah and hamas during the last three years. what is the difference? i need to understand what the differences. >> haslett and hamas were not allies of the united states. they were terrorists. and by the way, yes, they elected hamas. there is a learning curve. people have to understand that if they elect. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] >> bush overruled our good ally to israel. >> are you disseminate? [talking over each other] [talking over each other] megyn: i appreciate both of you. right after the break, the woman who found herself a part of the fight between planned parenthood and the world's leading breast cancer group. discusses the firestorm that led to her resignation and what she thinks of the contraception and abortion
of the product teams at facebook are taking ownership of that jury be seen great hamas official products compete -- yet developed. they have to be integrated into the product. going toe know we're do well on that. there is a huge opportunity. the question is getting there. there is no doubt -- we have had a bunch of missteps on this. part of the first question you asked me -- what are some of the big mistakes made. but i'm introspective about the last two years, i think the biggest mistake we made the the company is betting too much on html5. it just was not there. it is not that it is that. i am actually in long-term -- really excited about it. we have more people on a daily basis using mobile web facebook been using our ios or android apps combned. we went for this approach. we build this internal framework of a golf face sdb. the idea that we could take infrastructure and translate that into mobile development. we never got the policy we wanted. we made this decision to years ago. it took 608 months to biuld -- 6 to 8 months to build dace web. probably will look back on saying that as one the
with vehicular manslaughter >> a hamas man attacks officer and a park ranger. he grabbed a branch and head of the ranger in the officer. he has been arrested. >> will tran is a joining us live. >>will: this man's attempted to rob someone. he chose the wrong person. he chose an off duty police officer appeared the police officers which is -- and reaches into his waistband and fires one shot at the suspect could this is part of a string of our robbery's happening all of the area. we're not sure if the suspect is in connection with the other armed robberies. to show you how brazen they are, there are a lot of town houses. there are lot of people coming and going. will have more on what happened here coming up. >>mark: thanks for the update. >>darya: it is in two years since december and a pipeline explosion killed eight people. the people met for a special memorial. a dedicated a placket samper in a park. on the name of the -- on a plaque with the names of the people. >> this is just lousy. it is a bad thing that should never happen. this neighborhood was destroyed from the reason. >> i th
agreed to enter free trade talks with the head of the islamist group hamas. he met in cairo this week. >> translator: specific discussions between experts from both sides will determine how the free trade scheme should be implemented. >> he said the deal is aimed at improving the living standards of palestinians and gaz is a. mubarak restricted people and goods crossing the border. that policy s seen as a gesture ofupport for israel waington is expected to express strong concern over the free trade plan. egypt has not officially announced that the meeting took place. morsi appears to be avoiding a possible diplomatic rift with the united states ahead of a planned visit there next week. >>> even one of the fastest g w growing economies in the world has got caught up in the global slowdown. what's happening? >> katherine, it is showing that people around the world are putting less mey into ina. it slightly a different story for japan investors. it fell in august for a third straight month. but japan invested heavilily in the the country before the protests. a spokesperson at china's co
. hamas -- but the line of thunderstorms could be strong tomorrow. isolated storms now just about done. scalise mostly clear. during the day tomorrow, 83 to 88. it will be quite gusty. keep a close eye on the sky. small craft advisory. strong southerly winds. the possibility of a thunderstorm. highs on sunday only in the 60's. lows around the 40's, sunday night into monday morning. eastern shore, watch for storms to cross the bay in the evening. nice weather will return sunday. ocean city, storms in the evening. the thunder should clear up, but it will be a little on the breezy side. lesley is a tropical storm. it is expected to bypass bermuda to the east. it may become a capital one hurricane as it moves east. the rendezvous off newfoundland sometime next week. the tropical systems merge in the north atlantic. a cold front tomorrow, with thunderstorms in the evening. very nice weather sunday. beautiful conditions for football on monday. >> the orioles are going for first place in the east. >> from the susquehanna and bank sports center, this is 11 sports. >> serious high drama last ni
a big role. gaza we got hamas. egypt, muslim brotherhood. that's the process of democracy. they went to the polls and clearly voted that way. >> eric: good analogy, though. we get hamas running palestine now. the muslim brotherhood running egypt. bargain that turned out to be. >> bob: what is the a terptive? don't let them vote? >> eric: i'm not saying not let them vote. careful what you wish for. >> dana: the united states could give them help on how to be better leaders. tomorrow, muslim brotherhood called for a protest. it's a protest over the stupid fill that exists or doesn't exist earlier. not a protest over the overreaction of extremists who killed one of the ambassadors in libya and set fire to the flag in front of egypt. leaer would have said knock it off, go home. try to get yourself a job or start a business. that's one thing that the state department can do. maybe they are trying to do it behind the scenes but they haven't told us much of what they are doing after arab spring. >> kimberly: it's not working because the campaign in vegas, and apologizing and then handing ou
, and terrorists? >> it was peopled by officials who were terribly sympathetic to hamas. >> i am sure there are hamas members. i do not see it is a crime. >> it may not be a crime. with the taxpayers be disturbed by the office of the staffer who hung suicide bomber to beat on his wall? i prefer pictures of my kids. the un allowing the usage of vehicles for terrorist getaways. >> they have a very poor idea of where its resources are used. what did the vehicles are used in terrorist attacks. we have seen tapes of vehicles marked with rpg weapons being loaded. >> the un is directing our tax dollars to decorate offices and fund ambulance ride along. host: he was a congressman. when did you interview him? if you started in 2006, you were done, win? guest: we were done in 2010. host: how long has it been out? guest: it cannot june 1. it came out on dvd a month ago. host: to give the foundation a chance to talk? guest: i had somebody reach out to do is screening. i have not heard back. host: did you offer them a chance to have a rebuttal in the movie? why not. guest: it is my movie. at the i
. >> but he did not put hamas back. >> no one care about hamas. >> they are the leading terrorist organization in the middle east. >> you and seven other guys don't care but god and jerusalem are big but i believe president obama called them up and said stop this right now. >> that conversation is not ending there. that is what we would like you to brew on, what do you think of the democrats' platform change? send us your comments on this or shoot us an e-mail. we will read the mails later in the show. get them in. >> got that? the top stories at this hour, we all remember when president obama said this. listen here. >> if you have a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. >> the president and democrats have spent close to two months defending that compensate but now it seems that president obama is trying to walk back that remark. he told a tv station in virginia, obviously i have regrets for sin my words but everyone know was i was saying. we will still keep hearing a lot about this. >> arizona scoring a big win on fighting illegal immigration, a judge ruling that th
of what is going on on the ground which is in gaza. you have hamas which supports terrorism and wants to wipe israel off the map and firing rockets into southern israel. in the west bank, you have fatah which was led by political players that don't have the local, you know, moxi to deliver -- >> the president or the palestinian authority, i'll let jane weigh in, mahmoud abbas, the prime minister of the palestinian authority, don't you think they are committed to a two-state solution? >> prime minister netanyahu has been trying to sit down and engage in negotiations and for a while, nothing has materialized and what governor romney simply said is either he isn't committed to a deal or isn't politically strong enough to do it. when you combine the fact that you have hamas and gaza, he's being realistic. a lot of obstacles. >> i think it's a missed opportunity. missed opportunity by the obama administration, too. i think abbas and fiad are the best people to represent. there is a hamas problem. however, hamas has been degraded by the turmoil in syria and hamas has, i'm not defending hama
with the muslim brotherhood is an ally when these people are the same who are hamas and hamas is against israel, it is the end of it. at the same time, we should note the american administration is very much involved with the egyptian army. we do not talk only about political power, but economic power. what i say in the book, which is very important, it is not to underestimate the economy published economic reasons of what is happening. we of new actors in the region that are helping us on this to understand the situation from another angle. on the other side, he is saying about the muslim brotherhood, we know they are in touch with the muslim brotherhood for years tried understand what is the vision -- trying to understand what is the vision brickworks your grandfather is the founder of the muslim brotherhood. >> yes. what i am saying is in his positioning with the muslim brotherhood, what he is saying is we know they are dealing with them. the muslim brotherhood on this, if he was to say "they are our allies," he would lose credibility with them. the muslim brotherhood should be perceived as
deal over that, number two is hamas. they didn't denounce hamas like they did in 08. and number three, they also talked about the right of return for palestinians. where do you stand on that? that's all of a sudden gone. >> gretchen: it's easy to sum up with two letters, pc. it's time to do some headlines now. the national debt now officially topping $16 trillion and counting. the embarrassing milestone coming less than one hour before the first speaker took the stage at the dnc. that amounts to a staggering $135,000 for every family. the deficit has increased by more than $5.4 trillion since president obama was sworn in. that's more than an increase in eight years under president george w. bush. to give you an idea, $16 trillion. i know it's hard to compute and understand, but it could buy 9400 space shuttles. you could also buy the new york yankees 8600 times or the company apple 25 times. it's more than the entire economy of every country in europe combined. >>> more bad economic news, the number of americans using food stamps now at an all-time high. new report shows nearly 47 mil
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